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Allied and Healthcare Professions Bill, Mains level: Importance of Healthcare Professionals in India News The Union Cabinet has approved the Allied and Healthcare Professions Bill, for regulation and standardization of education and services by allied and healthcare professionals.
Background Our health system is highly focused on efforts towards strengthening limited categories of professionals such as doctors, nurses and frontline workers like ASHAs, Auxiliary Nurse Midwife or ANMs.
In the current state of healthcare system, there exist many allied and healthcare professionals, who remain unidentified, unregulated and underutilized. However, numerous others have been identified over the years, whose potential can be utilised to improve and increase the access to quality driven services in the rural and hard to reach areas.
Why such a Bill? Most of Indian institutions offering AHPs courses lack standardization compared to global standards. Majority of the countries worldwide, have a statutory licensing or regulatory body that is authorised to license and certify the qualifications and competence of such professionals.
Though such professionals have existed in India healthcare system for many decades there is a lack of acomprehensive regulatory framework and absence of standards for education and training of AHPs.
The Bill thus seeks to establish a robust regulatory framework which will play the role of a standard-setter and regulator for Allied and Healthcare professions.
These councils will play the role of a standard-setter and facilitator for professions of Allied and Healthcare.
The Bill will also have an overriding effect on any other existing law for any of the covered professions. The State Council will undertake recognition of allied and healthcare institutions.
The Bill also empowers the Central and State Governments to make rules. Composition of the Councils The Central Council will comprise 47 members, of which 14 members shall be ex-officio representing diverse and related roles and functions and remaining 33 shall be non-ex-officio members who mainly represent the 15 professional categories.
The State Councils are also envisioned to mirror the Central Council, comprising 7 ex-officio and 21 non-ex officio members and Chairperson to be elected from amongst the non-ex officio members.
Professional Advisory Bodies under Central and State Councils will examine issues independently and provide recommendations relating to specific recognised categories. Major Impact The Bill aims: To bring all existing allied and healthcare professionals on board during the first few of years from the date of establishment of the Council.
Opportunity to cater to the global demand shortage of healthcare workforce which is projected to be about 15 million by the yearasper the WHO Global Workforce, report.The economy of India is a developing mixed economy. It is the world's sixth-largest economy by nominal GDP and the third-largest by purchasing power parity (PPP).
The country ranks th in per capita GDP (nominal) with $2, and nd in per capita GDP (PPP) with $7, as of After the economic liberalisation, India achieved % average GDP growth annually.
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